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Bergamot Cafe
2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Tucked inside Bergamot Station is Bergamot Cafe, a busy and bustling eatery that has a dedicated followingMore among Bergamot Station Arts Center visitors as well as the surrounding residential and business communities. Jeffrey Stuppler, the owner, is responsible for churning out yummy specials such as the Shrimp Louis Salad or Wednesday's Mac 'N' Cheese and other tasty menu items, all served up with a smile by the friendly staff. 
Skidmore Contemporary Art
2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Skidmore Contemporary Art Gallery  represents artists like Jennifer Bain, Robert Charles Dunahay, DaveMore Lefner, Tom McKinley, Kelly Reemtsen, Robert Townsend and Neil Wax; art works which represent Abstract Expression, Estampe ou gravure and other beautiful original unique pieces of modern, contemporary and pop artwork. This gallery is located within Art Center at Bergamot Station, a huge art gallery complex and cultural center located on eight acres in the heart of Santa Monica. 
Frank Lloyd Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404

The Frank Lloyd Gallery is located within the Art Center at Bergamot Station, a huge art gallery complex andMore cultural center on eight acres in the heart of Santa Monica. Frank Lloyd Gallery shows contemporary paintings, sculptures and ceramics. It keeps an active inventory of prints and original works by the artists featured at the gallery. In 1996, the Frederick Fisher and Partners, internationally acclaimed architects, designed the Frank Lloyd  Gallery.



Latin American Masters
2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Bergamot Station, a huge art gallery complex and cultural center on 8 acres in the heart of Santa Monica, draws touristsMore and the surrounding residential and business communities to see the Latin American Masters. The gallery exhibits works by modern and contemporary Latin American artists, including Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, and Diego Rivera. The gallery has multiple exhibition spaces allowing concurrent exhibitions of contemporary and modern Latin American art.
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